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Panera has piloted handprint scanners in two locations so far. The company plans to roll out the technology in additional locations across the country in the coming months. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Matt Baker, chef and owner of Gravitas, poses for a portrait Feb. 14 inside the restaurant in Washington. Gravitas has a subscription service offering a monthly meal for two. Jacquelyn Martin/AP hide caption

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Panera's CEO has challenged other fast-food CEOs to eat their kids' menus for a week. He's trying to start a conversation about the nutrition in these meals. Charles Krupa/AP hide caption

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More Healthful Kids Meals? Panera CEO Dishes Out A Challenge

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A pedestrian walks by a Panera Bread restaurant on June 3 in San Francisco. Panera Bread is set to remove artificial colors, flavors, sweeteners and preservatives from items on its menu by the end of 2016. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Panera Is The Latest To Drop Artificial Ingredients From Its Food

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In-N-Out Burger has long been known for its secret menu, featuring options such as "animal style" fries, "3x3" burgers and Neapolitan milkshakes. istolethetv/Flickr hide caption

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Secret Menus Give Restaurants A Not-So-Secret Boost

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